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8 Liverpool attractions you need to book right now for summer 2021

02/06/2021

Summer is finally on its way and, at last, we’ve got loads to look forward to in Liverpool.

We can’t wait to get back out, enjoying our fab city and all the great things there are to do.

This year things are a little bit different, and you’ll need to book for all the best attractions, but that’s easier than ever with the help of Tiqets.Com’s great new App.

Tiqets.com is on a mission to make culture more accessible, taking away all the hassle to get into attractions and experiences instant, last-minute and mobile tickets.

You can book now and instantly get your digital, smartphone tickets which guarantee you priority access – no waiting, no printing! 

And that’s more than okay, because not only does it mean you’ve secured your place at some of Liverpool’s favourite fun things to do, it means you’ve got loads to look forward to, like this little lot…

Royal Liver Building 360

Known throughout the world, the iconic Royal Liver Building takes pride of place at the heart of the famous waterfront, standing as a symbol of Liverpool, its history, and its people. But how much do you really know about it? On the fascinating 360 tour you start your journey at the visitor centre, finding out about the building’s as well as its place in local heritage.

And, after you’ve viewed the exhibitions, you take a guided tour to the 10th and 15th floors to enjoy a state-of-the-art projection inside the historic clock tower and spectacular 360° views of the Liverpool skyline. Now that’s a view!

 Book your tickets for RLB360 HERE.

The Beatles Story

 

We love this – yeah, yeah, yeah! And if you’re not a fan now, you will be after a visit to the biggest Beatles exhibition in the world. Of course it’s here! And it’s the best place to learn more about the four lads who shook the world, along with the music they created to the styles they adopted and the fashions they wore. There’s a NEMS Record Shop, a replica Cavern, a family-focused Discovery Zone and, even, a Fab Four Café…and so much more. It just keeps getting bigger and better.

 Book your tickets for Beatles Story HERE.

Liverpool Football Club

You’ll never walk alone on this tour which takes you to the heart of the mighty Anfield in a visit to Liverpool FC’s stadium! In an immersive, multi-media experience created by lifelong fans Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt, the guided audio tour throws you into Anfield’s thrilling match-day atmosphere. You can visit the dressing rooms, see what happens during a press conference, visit the Club’s museum, see the packed trophy cabinets and, yes, you get to touch the ‘This is Anfield’ sign as you walk through the players’ tunnel.

Book your tickets for the Anfield Experience HERE.

Mersey Ferries

You don’t need a yellow submarine to enjoy a view of Liverpool from the water, just soak up the city’s impressive historical architecture and fantastic Mersey River waterfront aboard the 50-minute River Explorer Cruise!  The waterfront itself – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is enough to enjoy – but you can also hop off to visit Woodside Ferry Village at Woodside, or The Beatles Story at the Albert Dock, or just enjoy a picnic on board and relax (and try not to sing that iconic song as you Ferry ‘Cross the Mersey…is it possible?!).

Book your tickets for Mersey Ferries HERE.

British Music Experience

The BME

Learn about the history of British music from post-war jazz to the Summer of Love, right through to today. You can see costumes and memorabilia from pop stars like Adele and Oasis and visit the Gibson Interactive Studio, grab a guitar (or keyboards, or drums), and set your inner rock star free! Walk through its eight ‘edge zones’ which are packed with musical greatness including Bowie and The Beatles and, thanks to modern technology, transport you back to 1945 before returning to today. Eavesdrop on interviews, watch historical artifacts come to life, and get the chance to throw shapes to some ‘massive choons’.

Book your tickets for the British Music Experience HERE.

Western Approaches

Western Approaches

The Western Approaches Museum gives you the chance to explore Derby House, a key operational hub during World War Two, and once the nerve-centre for the war-defining Battle of the Atlantic. You used to have to sign the Official Secrets Act to enter – now you just need a smartphone ticket!

The maze-like bunker is just as it was in 1945 and in this time-capsule hidden beneath Liverpool City Centre you can see original documents, tools, and maps used to analyse the enemy, plus one of two surviving phones that had a direct line to Churchill’s War Rooms!

Book your tickets for Western Approaches HERE.

Strawberry Field

Explore the inspirational place behind the famous Beatles’ song. Strawberry Field Children’s home helped thousands of children and spawned one of the Beatles’ most-loved songs? Not bad eh? Now you can discover the history behind the ruby-red gates of this famous Salvation Army building. You’ll tour inside the house, and learn about its decades-long mission to help the city’s vulnerable young and hear plenty about John Lennon’s love for the building, and the gardens he played in as a child.

Book your tickets for Strawberry Field here.

Magical Beatles Museum

This Fab Four experience was 10 years in the planning and more than 60 years in the making! Stepping into the largest, singularly-owned authentic Beatles collection in the world, it combines an immersive audio-visual experience with a huge collection of memorabilia, including the instruments they played and the clothes they wore. You can listen to the music and hear from the generation they inspired. Money can’t buy you love, but it can buy you access to one of the greatest Beatles collections!

Book your tickets here for the Magical Beatles Museum

So you see there’s tons going on in the city for you to enjoy and make the most of this year and, with some great packages from tiqet.com you can save money too. If you choose The Beatles Story and Walking Tour together it costs £34.20 – cheaper than booking each attraction individually, and if you buy The Beatles Story and LFC Stadium package together, it costs just £36 – now that’s a result!

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